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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-11-2012, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
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hogue grips

I have a taurus tracker in 44 mag and was thining of getting a set of hogue mono grips for it dont mind the feel of the stock "ribber" grips but i find myself constantly shifting my grip and i think that is affecting my accuarccy a bit.so basically my question is anybody have a experience with the hogue grips either on a tracker or not thanks

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Re: hogue grips

I've got them on my S&W 629 and a S&W 617 and I love them. They are really comfortable, and have good grip even when they are wet.

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Re: hogue grips

Love mine too. Put onto a Ruger single/six/scoped. Improved my shootin/huntin....later
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Re: hogue grips

I have them on my S&W 629 and 686. Love them.

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Re: hogue grips

They came as stock on my GP100 I got 2 years ago. No complaints.

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I too love them on my S&Ws. Don't own a Taurus.

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Re: hogue grips

for 20-30 bucks i think i'll have to pick some up,my problem is i have smaller hands i think thats why the ribbers cause me problems

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I believe that you'll find that hogue grips have thinner profile than most other rubber grips.

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good,i do believe my inconsistant grip is my largest contributer to my inaccuracy with it,along with not enough practice but it's hard to practice with a gun your not completly comfortable holding because of the grips

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Re: hogue grips

I have Hogue grips on all of my hunting revolvers, and 1 carry gun, on my heavy hitters I use the Hogue tamers.
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